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police. all three men shot were inside that car. on the ground surrounding that car i counted about 10 shell casings. and on the cars were funeral flags. neighbors say this was a drive-by shooting. they saw two of the injured victims manage to get out of the vehicle - one we know was shot in the abdomen and the other in the left arm. police say the men are 22 and 24 years old - and exed okay. however witnesses say the victim was shot in the head and died instantly. i spoke to a chaplain who is helping keep the family calm in this situation.
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neighbors and witnesses trying to gather information about who is responsible for this young man's death. live from 22nd and keefe vm today's tmj4 two people are in jail this afternoon following a deadly stabbing on milwaukee's east side. a 32-year old man killed outside a bar just off of brady street. as ann sterling shows you -- a string of crimes in the area now has some people there nervous. ann:9.51.28- 39 the deadly off brady street steps away from all these shops restaurants and bars. some people that live in this area heard the loud fighting seconds before the stabbing. derek storch8.25.44- 47. basically to get the f out of here. he said that a couple of times. derek storch lives steps away from where the deadly stabbing happened. police say just before one this morning a few guys that knew each other got into a loud fight... and that fight led to the stabbing. a 32 year
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but it's starting to get sketchy. i hate to see this happening in this area. it worries me.luke ai-mann is worried for his 2 year old son's safety. he heard about the 9 armed robberies in this area last week... and even though he's called the east side home for 5 years, he says it's time to go.8.31.05- 13 especially with george. it's like you always have to look over your shoulder now. i worrisome. it's worrisome. but kathie eilers disagrees. she's lived in milwaukee for decades and decided to move to the east side 6 years ago. 7.56.20 - 29 when we first moved to milwaukee it was in terrible shape and i think people have worked really hard to make this a vibrant neighborhood that people like coming to. ann: 59.51.00 - 05 police say no arrest have been made in
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deadly stabbing, no names have been released.ann sterling ttmj4 police say at least four of those armed robberies are connected. in all those cases, the suspect was wearing a bandana to conceal his face. more local news.. two teenagers remain in the hospital after a deadly car crash in milwaukee. two other teens died in the crash at 35th and keefe friday night. 15-year-olds latrey hale all four teens are cousins. charges could be filed in the coming days. a 16 year old pleading to his fellow teens, to stop the stolen car nonsense.george mallet is in the newsroom with a story new on live at 5... shannon... charles this teen knows of what he speaks.a rollover wreck left him confined to a wheelchair. even though he's facing criminal charges, he's still looking to make a difference. tonight. how he plans to convince his peers to avoid making the mistake.that's coming up on
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breaking news now.. milwaukee native, gene wilder is dead. the actor is best known for roles in "blazing saddles," "young frankenstein" and "willie wonka and the chocolate factory." wilder reportedly died of complications from alzheimer's disease. he was 83-years-old. two nuns murdered in mississippi are rembered by hundreds today. one of the victims was sister margaret held. she served for nearly 50 years at the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee . a man is now in custody an facing murder charges. governor scott walker has issued an emergency declaration to help three western wisconsin counties impacted by heavy rain and flooding. about one- point-eight million dollars in damages was done to roads and highways in eau claire, buffalo and trempealeau counties. the disaster declaration allows the state to request federal emergency funds. it's dry right now in southeastern wisconsin.but that could change this evening. meteorologist scott steele tell us when our best
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high pressure has given us a quiet start to the work week with some sun finally burning through the low level cloudiness and fog. temperatures have rebounded back into the 80s which is where's they've landed all but a couple days this month. in addition, thmi points returning to the mid and upper 60s. the warm and sticky conditions will continue through tonight and tomorrow with the next storm system approaching from the west during the period. low pressure to our north will drag a cold front across wisconsin helping to trigger some scattered showers and storms especially during the afternoon and evening hours. still, tuesday will not be a washout by any means. in fact, we can still expect some breaks of sun. once the boundary exits, a refreshing new air mass will take over bringing much cooler and drier conditions back to our area. temperatures wednesday through friday should only reach the low to mid 70s. dew points will be down considerably, as well. sunshine and quiet conditions should repeat for several days as an upper level
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local school districts welcomed back teachers and staff today... i was honored to emcee the milwaukee public schools kickoff this morning. teachers and school staff from across the district filled the b-mo harris bradley center. the event is like a pep rally for employees. the goal is always same... to make sure the students are learning, to make sure it's a place where students feel comfortable, feel safe racine unified school district also held an all-staff pep rally today - it's first. decision 2016 now...we're 70 days away from the election and it appears the road to the white house runs right through wisconsin.libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson will be in milwaukee later this week. johnson will appear at a rally at serb hall thursday night. it's his first stop in the state. donald trump and hillary clinton are off the campaign trail today but their battle
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his immigration policy on wednesday. and clinton is facing more fallout from the controversy over her emails and time as secretary of state. hollywood movie star robert redford is asking for money to support democratic wisconsin senate candidate russ feingold. the fundraising plea comes on the same day that an independent political action committee was to launch a new ad campaign supporting republican senator ron johnson. just ahead - the company rolling out new water-proof fitness trkers.and, we have four moves to keep your body limber and flexible into your golden years.plus, we reveal the top ten cities for retirees in wisconsin and why
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here's a look now at the markets at the close of business today.... a new study shows the best places to retire in wisconsin...it's based off of taxes you'll pay on your property, social security funds and fuel. pewaukee ranks number one on the list. that's followed by mequon, delafield, hartland and brookfield. the following five cities with the best taxes for retirees are
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county... except for fitbit is targeting swimmers with one of its newest devices. the company announced two new fitness trackers today.. both featuring water-proof technology. users can now keep their trackers on while doing laps in the pool or while taking a shower. amazon is reportedly close to cutting deals with major record labels to launch a new music streaming won't be free though.. the company is planning to charge nearly ten-dollars a month. the service could be available as early as next month. storm team 4 weather now.... lets get a check on the forecast now....meteorologist scott steele tells us when the humidity may disappear and the storms may fire up. high pressure has given us a quiet start to the work week
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through the low level cloudiness and fog. temperatures have rebounded back into the 80s which is where's they've landed all but a couple days this month. in addition, the humidity levels remain rather high with dew points returning to the mid and upper 60s. the warm and continue through tonight and tomorrow with the next storm system approaching from the west during the period. low pressure to our north will drag a cold front across wisconsin helping to trigger some scattered showers and
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afternoon and evening hours. still, tuesday will not be a washout by any means. in fact, we can still expect some breaks of sun. once the boundary exits, new air mass will take over bringing much cooler and drier conditions back to our area.
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friday should only reach the low to mid 70s. dew points will be down considerably, as well. sunshine and quiet conditions should repeat for several days as an upper level ridge builds across the upper midwest. time now for ask the expert.... today we're talking about balance and what we can do to gain more strength and
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afternoon... is our wellness
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got a question for our experts? email them at ask the expert at today's tmj4 dot com. you can also leave a voicemail. the number is 967-5253. still ahead.. parts of the midwest dealing with flash flooding following torrential rains.coming up at 4:30.. the
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and freedom to choose with ford. america's best selling brand. ? ? now get 0% financing for 72 months across the entire ford lineup, plus specially tagged vehicles get a thousand smart bonus. storm team 4 now.... three-to-five inches of rain swamps the cincinnati, ohio area. the national weather service declared a flash flood
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quiet start to the work week with some sun finally burning through the low level cloudiness and fog. temperatures have rebounded back into the 80s which is where's they've landed all but a couple days this month. in addition, the humidity levels remain rather high with dew points returning to the mid and upper 60s. the warm and sticky conditions will continue through tonight and tomorrow with the next storm system approaching from the west during the period. low pressure to our north will drag a cold front across wisconsin helping to trigger some scattered showers and storms especially during the afternoon and evening hours. still, not be a any meann exits, a refreshing new air mass will take over bringing much cooler and drier conditions area. temperatures wednesday through friday should the low to points will be down considerably, as well. quiet conditions should repeat days as an upper level ridge builds across the upper midwest. honoring veterans.. where you can find the traveling memorial doing just that right here in wisconsin.plus.. it's about to get loud.. what you need to know leading up to
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
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mexican fiesta has come to a close at the summerfest grounds.the annual three-day
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milwaukee's lakefront.indian summer will takeover the summerfest grounds starting september bikers are gearing up for the 20-16 milwaukee rally.the rally kicks off thursday night at five o'clock at the harley- davidson museum.there will be live music and a special appearance by bill davidson himself.he will unveil the milwaukee-eight.. the newest addition to the museum. a traveling memorial honoring vietnam veterans is coming to germantown later this week. "the moving wall" display at the kennedy middle school athletic field this thursday through next monday. the wall is free for anyone to go and visit. thanks for joining us today at four.there's more news
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now at 4:30 - here's a live look at current conditions across our area. temperatures have bounced back and so has the humidity. if you haven't done so already, you may want to close your windows and crank up the air conditoner. the warm weather and sticky conditions appear to be sticking around... at least for now.when will the dew points drop and comfortable conditions return??? meteorologist scott steele
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quiet start to the work week with some sun finally burning through the low level cloudiness and fog. temperatures have rebounded back into the 80s which is where's they've landed all but a couple days this month. in addition, the humidity levels remain rather high with dew points returning to the mid and upper 60s. the warm and sticky conditions will continue through tonight and tomorrow with the next storm system approaching from the west during the period. low pressure to our north will drag a cold front across wisconsin helping to trigger some scattered showers and storms especially during the afternoon and evg still, tuesday will not be a washout by any means. in fact, we can still expect some breaks of sun. once the boundary exits, a refreshing new air mass will take over bringing much cooler and drier conditions back to our area. temperatures wednesday through friday should only reach the low to mid 70s. dew points will be down considerably, as well. sunshine and quiet conditions should repeat for several days as an upper level ridge builds across the upper midwest. a storm system headed for

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